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FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
PARIMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ]IiS TRIBIUTINC, COMPANY' u Hl PORT. The Farmers' Co-operative Distribut ing Company of Queensland, 'l.im.'t:., of 237, Roma-strcct, Brisbane, report as follow-s for the week eaded on Jan uary 6 : Buttd.--During the. Christmas holi das local trade wao somnewhat dioer gepnised, but business les now returned to its usual conditions. Best-branld. are now q'uoted 98s per cwt. The vey hot weather during the last week or 10 days has caused supplies to shrink considerably. Export.--iLondon e o? ?s repdt & slightly better market. 1!Th 'ijlsh is one kroner higher, Australian 2s to 3s better than last week. If shipments rolnoderate prioes wldl pro hably increase. Impoarts into the Uni ted Kingdom for week oeding l eces, fJer 26th, 1908 dhow an increase of 13, 0Oc-wt, as compared with sauno wiek last year. Choese.-Local sales.during te we-rk unre somewhat better at 5Sd for lo, and 1d for medium. Sevemnl inter State ordlers have been execuet at satisfactory prices...
BRISBANE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
RBIT-BANE PRODUCE MAIRKET. J. Jackson and Co., Limited, of Brisbane report the following sales of farm and dair) produce on January 9: MIaize-48 3d to 48 dd per bushel Potatoes--Englibsh, prime. 88 6d to 9O Ad per et Pumpkirs, 48 to 48 4d per cwt Chaff-Oaten, se Id per cwt i lucerne, 48 to 6C 3d; mixed 8o 6d to S Sd Hay-Lucerne, 9s 3d to 48 3d per owt Butter--rime, So to 8Sd per lb * bues, 44d to Ed per lb Honey, 3d to 27d per lb Eggse-Ordinary, 9d to 9Od; eptoisal, n ld to sla 4d per duzen Fowls, Se 44 to 5s per pair DunCk--Muscovy. tSe 6 to Tos 4d per pair; Eng'inh, 8sto 5C 6d Geese. 8 to CPs 3d jr pair Turkrys, gobb, rc, 2Ltsto e1s per psir hens, Os 6d to 10, 64 Pigreou,. 1s to Is Id per pair A 'P e (Icckn coking), 5S t 6s per care MClsgore Pa 6C to br per canse Llums, is 6d to Sa pe. quartes-ca e Lemootn 8S Cd to iOls per care Aprieoos, 4 o 5oS per quacte.ocase Netttines, 2. 6d to 3s 6d perquar est ?eoEe Grapes, 2s to3a 64 per case Watermerose le Id to 9O per drsea Iookomelon,, ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 11 January 1909
IN MEMORIAN. &nbsp; RETSCHLAG.-In loving memory of our dear little Ivy Mable Beatrice, who died on the 11th January, 1905, aged 9 months and 3 weeks. By the gate she'll meet us us, 'neath the golden sky Meet us at the portal, meet us by-and- bye. (Inserted by her loving parents, bro- thers, anbd sister, Rosewood.) &nbsp; The Queensland Times. (Established 1859.) MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1909.
Still in Harness. HALF-A-CENTURY IN ONE BILLET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
Still in Harness. IIALF-A-CENTUI?Y IN ONE BILLET., In these days of competition, when o.wn past middle age, fut still capable of good work, often find thlem+ives thrown on their own resources, it is delightful to come across a real.veter an working away with little less zest and ability than he did half-a-century ago. Hulf-a-oentury is a long i5ao to 14 in harness, but MDr. Sam. ese, a compositor in the employment of .the, Brisbane "Courier," has followed hiss trade for C0 years in the samno office. lie celebratcd his 90th I;irthlay lastl arok ; isa 110 years, despite the s5qe what prosaic eatu ta of '14 occupatIon, having berx full of interest... In his earlier days lie cirried on a conres. Pcpde'nc with many notable men, and lie has in his possassion, inter elm,; tltters . frcn. the great Disraeli and illiasm.iErsrto.ladstoers. t('tSenlir" ice, as his brother "comps." s'Aight to call him, is well known to manly people in Ipswich.-lEd. .".T.")
Federal Affairs. SMUGGLED OPIUM. Melbourne, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
Federal Affairs. -SMUGGLED OPIUMr. tBy Telegraph frum Our. Correspondent.) Melbournw, Januarys 9. The action 'taken .by the Fs eral GsCasint ordering the deetructaion ' of smuo.Jlfed .o;sium, instead of selling, it for medicinal pnrposes,~was taken 'on the advice of the Minister for Cuse-, toms.' RePorts by his fficers .sho,-.' cd that 'sinoking? opiumni'aectibaillr Wis useless for medicine, as all:'ut 5. pert cent of the morphine wao :extractad, from it. ADVERTISING AUSTRALIA. The Minister 'for' External Aflairs (Hon. E. P. Pachelor), says 'thit he has approvd of the subjects for the' films which are to :be prepared by the Pathse Freres biograph film nasfac-. 'turers Paris aind London,'for the pur pose of advertising Australia. lThe s?il jests selected are as follow :-Views of the six capital cities; a trip thro~igh Australia pby rail, mnotor?car;, . nd coach ; typical Australian scenes, in cludi'g water-falls ;thus manufactuarln 6f: 'Australian preserves ; . gold -a.ins g ; coal-m...
Local Government. ANNUAL ELECTIONS. OPPOSITION IN BRASSALL. IPSWICH CITY ROLLS. BRASSALL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
Local Government. ANNUAL I. LECTIONS. OPP'OSITION IN BllASSAL1.. IPSWICHi CITY ROIILS, BIlA.SSAI,L SHIRE COUNCIL. There a"n indications that, in con nection with the Blrassall Shire Coun cil elYrtions, there will bo contests in all three divisions. The retiring Coun cillors a..c-No. 1 division, Cr. T. Johnson; No. 2 division, Cr. J. Vid e'roni: No. 3 division, Cr. J. S. Rin ec.lstein. At the last meeting of thnb Council. hmid on Sat:rdlay last, the three Councillors inticmatd their ,in tention to seek re-election aguinst all crours. In all prohahility lir. Sch¢nitet, a former councillor, will he nominmted for No. 1 division. and there is every liklihoo:l that )essrs, T. Sherlock and W. Carew will be put fdrward as can didates for No. 2 division, and Mr. A. ,. Dreder, a former councillor, for No. 3 division.n CITY COUNCIL. In the city there is now a good deal of talk respecting the forthcoming an nual muni:ipal elections, sand there is every prospect that the retiring alder men for t...
Card-Playing in Train. CHARGE OF LARCENY FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
Card-Playing in Train. CHARGE OF LARCENY FAILS. Hir. If. S. tLove, Stipendiary Magis iCte, had an interesting case before him at the Burwood Police Court, on the '7th iestant, arising out of a card laying episoade on a train on. New Year's Day. a clrk, Edwin Whitthle, 6, a clerk, . Jetraaha Jackson,. OS, a hook-maker, men Beau mont Mfylos, 29, a traveller, were charged with having, on January 1, in a railway. car, lhotsvesre Newcastle akld Gofordl, stolen from Julius O. Murray Prior £4. AIr. G. Bourne appleasrd for defendants, and Sub-Inspector Bax ter prosecuted. Constalle W. H, Pierce stated theet, in consLeuence of a telegram despatch eld from Gosford to Strathlield, he, swith Sergearnt Jones and another off: cr-, euent to the Strahficeld station on the arrival oaf thle Brisbane mail, .n, January i, and saw Prior and the de fendanrts in a second-class comlport meent. Prior said he had been "taken down" at cards-b?nker--ly the th?ree do?redants. Defendants denied taking Prior down...
VERTO'S BIOTINT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
VEIRTo' S BIOINT LCOMPRANY. Tj,' staidarll of the eistetainmea?ts submnitted froni time to time by 3r. 'Verio's companies syihe in Ipswiel has iliwys been higih, alnd, as ih.ehai 1lrbuglt his companies to tlis city quite a number of times in the course of the past tewn years, liis namo lha become well knoswn here. The enter tinmment giteit in the Towrn Bull by bertaof. Biotint. Company last night was ?|ual, perhaps superior, to -any he L?s s ?imttct?i 'iii thisi eity in thIe past. The sidieod pe as - very large one; and it shinsoc ..i marked degree its apprediittiqi"t of the various itemj;, es picial y o' the niogriig pictures showni by ilse ciniematograpl h. The hictunrt were an exceleont collection, aqd were lhown to 0he best possible advan ta.ge by the electric plant and ci-? iatog h earied by this company. One in partii ir, " The Merry buadow Walti 'merits' pileial mqention. It il lustras ?ite 'ffect the anduloti?' matie has' uifpon a sic1)to-d'o c'ity nianl, wlo; ,an?ver he hau...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
apollr hfpment of oqr ksefbbat.d HoffIU, 1jIRust to band. Crlbb and FoMt.' Don't forget a Pot of Rose Croem, foz sunburn, when godpg to thse soe-side. Pro cur bde at London Phnrnenay. Ltd.. 0118 miato.t 07 lviII 2* `Yo)!r. Tctor'B Preucrlption mill receive htjiu3l attention1 at London - Pharmacy, Ltd.. l edoetes. kpwich.! 07
SEIZURE OF OPIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
SEt17URlE 1,' OF PI'UI. 1 n'rdorday mornIinl a (Ihin': min.9 or of ti c?.iew of the stoam'r Gou'ni bithn, now at qinl:en'.i, on her way to hiyiha, was found to be hn posses jinn of a small r17tantity of opium. tiiwpeetir 1 iinyard kialt umtniinrily ws.h the efer, and fined thl man £30. Spevral oieiilmers of tion crew of this strrmi??.were i'haried at ew caneoit tqeniily with the nsame ofcence, amid. endeavoiured to assault the police, mnagistrat. therle.
ALLEGED ELOPEMENT FROM JINGHI. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
AL.LEGEl) EtOPEMIENT FROM JINGHI. From inforination rcneived (says tht ")alb. Loeadoer," of Saturday last) .e learn that a girl, agid 19," 'hoseln we suppress for obvious reasons, bf4 whose home is at Jinghi out-statliof, near .ondaowaie, was missed from her home on the 26fth ultimon. She left a note behind her, statihg that she in tinds! committing suicide; 1 ut she took some clothes, money, and all her trinkets with' her, which makes it clear that she had no such' inteution. No further authentic information us to her wule?abonts jhas been received, except from a bullock-driic4 at Fairy' landk, who said he saw a girl ar swering her description on the Cbin rhilla-Fairyhlnds-road on the 29th ultirilo, accompanied by a eartain man who lives at Canage. They ?re malk ing towards Gnyndah. The police are searching for the girl. Two cases Indles' coloured Fancy and Black Unrrellae and Sunshades. Spedal from s O(d and is 11d to. 80s ~ch. Crdbb add Foote.a '
Hearts Of Oak Lodge. CHURCH SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
Hearts Of Oak' Lodge. :o: CHURCH SERVICE. On Sunida., morni,?ng last encmlers of the Hearts of Oak Oiaiige Lodge at fended the North 'Ipswsihn Congrega tional Church, wrhere thel Rev. O. Brown officiated. TJie rev. gentleman toolk as his text Cor., XVI., 13 14, and, in the course of Ihis sermon, said : lT the name of all that is Protest ant and Norconfortmng, I extend to you this-norning at hearty eldome.'I have .been rquested to isepak on some phase of PlRotes'antisuii, and, in Gibing so, I shall not touch upon tire history of its past, its political or ecciesiasti cal aspect;, oi its present status uei ther shall "I attempt the prophetic office. Not that I deem thes. things unimportant or under-value the liberty Wshich is the direct outcome of the Christian religion, liut because I think these things arce likely to. over-slhmiow that which I would particularly call attention to this imuiin'g-namely, Pro testant principle..td cditir '?as em bodied in the Orange Institution. Let me ...
PURGA SHIRE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
PURG'iA .SHKI COUNCILi Now that the yviar'his sclosed '(at( a Bundanba correspondent) -the~ . i;" has come for. the local gosrasea elections to take place. With dial.' to the Purga: Shire Council' it a1*p1 e seen, through the mondiumn of an?n veortisemenmt ?p. aring clsefhere,?.rec' t thrrc vacancies ee abeing csusod.iLthe effluxion of time:' In No. : divisibn Cr. (has. Holmes, . who has tees . a member of the . council for the .past few years, falls out, and it is ramnoir ed that he does not intend to sohk re-election'. Two likely candidates (pr this division' have been . metfoneld. Messrs. TWos. Br?an;i, of Redbauik Plains, aiid- l.L. Jones, qt Gootid, the latter-having. bai fornierly a jiat her for this division. Cr. lrhos. Mor gan, of Pmirga, will probably i? retirned unopposed for. division Nb. 2 ; ' whise fo No. 3 division Cr. Even, George Wa1t retires, and in to be opposed by 1tt. W. I. Thomnias, of Bleakst.sie, h' ce qruiition calling on Mr. Thomas to allow himself to be ano...
Senator Givens AND HIS—RELIABILITY. STATEMENT REFUTED BY A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
'Senator Givens .* . ..,,tLIAlf I' . . STATEMENT .tEFUtPED BY A LADY. 'hd following letter appeared in the Mel'lounne -"Age" of December IS: "Sir,-My attention ohus been drawn to.. a statemenat snn i by Senator Govns, Queernlatnl ('&tnaanrd,' December 10, 1908), hi which he' says that the family of Senator St. Ledger was represnoted at he confeorence of the Women'sa National Lgue, hnid had the courage to declare boldly for a coloured labodur policy for Northern Queonsland. The conference to diEci; he iefers `las held in October, 1907, at Melbourne. My children were at school; ottherwis' he anight leave .?iat:, tacked thom as well. At Oht confer once-I was never Inrsent..at any other all 1 did was to second 'it sinx words'' a resolution aofrming that ftat" conlferenco expresses lIe admirntaion of the work .o ohe various committees and aelpers of the Worhers' Eeh.bition, and that .it is convinced thaS the exhibition will Le i.unlensacc lcnalit to thU Consnaonwealth (sm Brisxtl...
SALE OF TATTERSALL'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
SALE OF TATTERSALL'S CLEU:B; The building in Edward-stroeet .o.euid4 by Tnttersall's Club has .bhaged ha1idh. The club acquircd the peronises almost three years ago Irom tbe Csormmerdil Bans of Australia for £500, on good erms. Numerous improyp. s .th .?fe ee in the buiding, and trsh tt? ture bsbght, the extra cost being abott £100 ?. We lea? from . ho seete?o? m (Mr. M. Baldwin) that the club Isail sold the buildng for .%62s50, whildhas y to resuredod as a etisfacto pricey ' T.e premisees - must, he vecated /(y Slaok enll's Club I by the end-d o AuisitLZ 'Telegraph." See our. Window. Speal Line of YVo t. All one Price, iis d "aohok. . Crittb Foote.. . " 6
Cool Drinks for Aldermen. OPEN-AIR COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
Cool Drinks for Aldermen. OPEN-AIIR COUNCIL MEETING. 'h1e WII'lliigt?,ll .(New South Wals) cor r.+pthoJtlll.tL of thha "Sydlt'y. 3lorniolt le'e ad:l" sa.s, tnder dlate .lnuttary 7 :-)ur i(tt tihe' rete4t" hat, teltl .ite Council ('hlltlllh'ers wtce like a flllrttace. lnd the uee+t'ilng of 'ld4 Morlicilatl Council war let-tl in tIhe I l e n air. A . t lt ttln:, l ctt lie s w et:e ro1 t 'I t 0 'It to the 1 ,' trans ill ifront of ti?t"Tih1tdth?9, "}a'l t "nda Ik-o'RF^?'^'t 1 la w itl torro etl frl'ltt l et t neiti t n iit >1r. After tiht rentC."ng of i"10 !'ne 'it',tt u,, r. " r:hirtea t, .l ellitly .l' ++o i dlrinkl?s for.'+4+], |I.I?PramntI. -i'-' ,+
SUMMER NIGHT CONTINENTALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
SUMMER NIGHT CONTINENTAtS: To'night, on the North Ipswich, ie serve;,the nmanagement announc?. t cQ9Wr plete change of programme, and. es tend to their patrons and ithe. pi?ile in general a cordial invitation to comin and . enjoy " Doings of Mr. Easyfeel," "Disciple of Vidocq," " Fishermi n' Hate," "Mephisto's Affinity," " Trbi Hearts,'" " Fon Daddy's Sake," .."i't gic Box," "Tea Pastry," "A Cb(u¢ter Girl;" Mr. Chester Harris.in:hisj:l~t oest illustrated songs, andl the Ips*ibt City Band in their prelibinary .~slb tionis ais incidental music. Ghven, flhe wamther 'an appreciation, of. their:ef forts should be the resiult. All Visitors to our. City durtlg Christ mas end New Year, should not M?i' see our Speoial Footwear WntdoW;. wpii exhibits all the Latest pd.iel: - |ht Boots and Shoes, maude expreessliy?t,??, and ponteiping al1 the excellentest smart and shapely, such as Wse . iild. Bluchers cut of soft tean calf, withh bitb forepart tips, wetted, turoed iasdb-ti ed soles, ard cubsa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
u; tr~rl~ ESERVED rA)K r(rtr, lr UVjG HOW TO0 " BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL. S - O.P AT ibb & nFoote's. SWe: Offer Special Inducements TO-DAY. iOiper cent;. SPECIAL DISCOUNT off all Remnants in our DRAPERY DEP4RTM.ENTS: until further notice. We ;'e a small lot. f Perfun,' Crke,. and Haberdashery Ncveltiea-t olear at 10 per cent. ,lacunnt off marked pr:ces. SpecialiG per cent. Discount off all La iiet' Hand Bags during January. .-.In ur TAILOR NG DEPART iEN re are giving a 10 per cent. Die '. n oaff all SUITS ordered during the month of January. W h?: e ea very: fine range of SUITINGS toi elect from. f yo.: require a SUIT,' now is your time to swve money by placing your sI Order with 's. row-Outs in our :Millinery Department. Iayuntrinimmed Stratr, Cleating at is each. Whilte' elm.ts for Ladies' aid GOib' Wear, le 6d each. Just the thing yit -forthid hot weather. Models in Trimmed Millinery at besl original p ice. Special values io Ladies' Dust Cloaks. W:· e " aWe eb a very speoi...
CONFERENCE OF PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909
COSFERESCE OF PR*EWMi R. The Premier (the iHon. W'. Kid?ton) statod. yesterday morning, fthat t." wSg unfoprlounate he lproposed coeferelce of State Prmniers was 4liig r delyed,. Con oideing tht importance o( the questtions to 1:o discussed. The elections in Tn mona would 1e held at non unfortunate time. and it was clear that the conf?? ehee would not hoe held br some hume. As for himself, he whs aliigih, all ndoes tions subsidiary to the conference: cti-~ stsjuently, he had not arranged an, tours for It? irecess. Betwew n the,hold Ing of the conference and the meeting of Parl)ament, he saoI, there would mob 'e much spare time, but it was pprotolde that he would undertake some bhA j tours in the country. Our Annual Santa Claus Carnivai. ow oan. Show-room cramnned with Noveltle. asId Toys of every description. Oni1b ipb Foote.*